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PowerSecure International Inc., a provider of utility and energy technologies, says it has been awarded approximately $20 million of new business.

According to the company, the contracts include approximately $7 million of new turnkey distributed generation (DG) business, approximately $7 million of additional utility infrastructure (UI) business and approximately $6 million in new energy efficiency (EE) sales.

PowerSecure reports that the $7 million in DG awards include a hospital project and turnkey DG projects for data centers, industrial sites, wastewater treatment facilities and retailers.

The $7 million in new UI awards, PowerSecure adds, include substation, transmission and distribution work for ongoing utility system maintenance and construction projects, including anticipated near-term transmission work for a new utility relationship.

The company notes that the $6 million in new EE awards include projects to serve large ESCO customers by implementing energy efficiency improvements at several federal facilities and public school locations.

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